user generated content
Dans le cadre des réflexions lancées par le laboratoire d’idées du Forum d’Avignon 2012, l’Atelier BNP Paribas a mené une enquête pour mesurer la façon dont les jeunes générations utilisent les technologies numériques dans leurs rapports aux contenus culturels et à la création, et pour comprendre notamment quels contenus ils créent, partagent et transmettent eux-mêmes.
Historiana is an educational website that offers young people free access to quality education on history and heritage from a global perspective. The website is currently being developed by educators and historians from over 35 countries. The website is organized thematically and provides content that is inclusive for all people, regardless of their cultural, religious or ethnic background.
The draft ICT PSP Work Programme 2012 has been approved by the CIP ICT Committee. The work programme is still subject to the formal approval by the Commission (expected in January 2012). The 6th Call for Proposals would be opened from 1 February to 15 May 2012 (pending to the formal approval of the Work programme 2012 by the Commission). An information day on the 6th Call for Proposals is planned for 3 February 2012 in Brussels. Confirmation of the date, the exact venue and the draft agenda will be published during the week of 9 January 2012. On line registration will be open from that page during the same week.
The ICT Policy Support Programme (or ICT PSP) aims at stimulating innovation and competitiveness through the wider uptake and best use of ICT by citizens, governments and businesses.
NEW : Work Programme and Call for Proposals - 2012
The draft ICT PSP Work Programme 2012 has been approved by the CIP ICT Committee . The work programme is still subject to the formal approval by the Commission (expected in January 2012).
The 6th Call for Proposals would be opened from 1 February to 15 May 2012 (pending to the formal approval of the Work programme 2012 by the Commission).
Please pencil the date of 3 February 2012 for an information day on the 6th Call for Proposals, in Brussels.
Confirmation of the date, the exact venue and the draft agenda (the event is planned from 9h30 to 16h00) will be published during the week of 9 January 2012.
On line registration will be open from that page during the same week.
THEME 2: DIGITAL CONTENT, OPEN DATA AND CREATIVITY
The Digital Agenda for Europe promotes the creation, production and distribution of digital
content and services for a vibrant single market.
This theme contributes to the design of added-value products and services across Europe based on high-quality digital content.
The theme 2 will support:
- Objective 2.1 Europeana18 and creativity;
- Objective 2.2 Open Data and open access to content;
- Objective 2.3 eLearning.
The total funding available for this theme is 41 M€, encompassing three objectives.
Aimed at enthusiastic educators who would like to create their own educational video materials, this week-long residential course organised by ATiT combines theoretical and practical elements.
The full cost of participation in this week-long residential course is € 1,400, including accommodation, all meals, tuition and materials as well as guided visits to institutions related to film and education. Funding to cover the full costs of participation including accommodation and flights is available through the Comenius/Grundtvig programme of the European Commission, find out more here. The number of participants is limited to 20, funded applicants are guaranteed a place first and then non-funded participants are accepted on a first-come first-served basis.
To participate in a course, apply online.
What is it about?
- Sharing experience on user-generated content (UGC) in higher education
- Improving the effectiveness of teaching and learning by enhancing the quality of user-generated content
- The CONCEDE Quality Framework
- The CONCEDE Quality Label
- Discussion policy recommendations to further boost quality and quantity of UGC